1000 Guineas Betting 

Throughout the flat season, there are many prestigious races that attract the attention of punters, and one of the earliest in the horse racing season is the 1000 Guineas. A Group 1 flat race that is open specifically to three-year-old fillies, this race is a key part of the Fillies Triple Crown, which, although rarely attempted, will take place across the entire season.

About the 1000 Guineas Stakes 

Held annually in May, the 1000 Guineas is one of the oldest horse races in the UK and is run on the same weekend as the 2000 Guineas in early May. Categorised as the second of the British classics, even though the race is only open to female horses, it allows three-year-olds to have their chance of winning a specific list of racing events alongside ‘The Oaks’ and St Leger.  

The first race was run in 1814, five years after the 2000 Guineas, which is the main event, it was formed by the jockey club under the guidance of Charles Bunbury and was named after the original prize fund on offer for the trace. Now, the modern race is contested over the distance of a one mile in its original home of Newmarket on the Rowley Mile course. 

1000 Guineas Betting Odds 

As the start of the flat racing season approaches, we’ll have all of the betting odds available for the ‘classics’, which are specifically open to three-year-old horses. One of the first on the agenda is the 1000 Guineas, and the betting odds will feature the win and each-way markets for the race. These bets can be placed on the winner of the race, or if you believe a horse will finish in the placings.

However, if you prefer to place forecast or tricast bets, these will be made available closer to the day of the race when the cards are confirmed. As this race is linked with other classic races which fall under a similar level of race, there is also the chance for punters to place accas. 

1000 Guineas Betting Tips 

As the Group 1 race gets closer, we'll have all of the latest betting tips from the races at Newmarket, whether they feature colts or fillies. Our selections will feature long shots and favourites who could potentially land a victory and land the prize money on offer.

1000 Guineas Betting Stats

When it comes to Group One races, there are many facts and figures which can influence your betting decisions and will also influence the betting odds on offer for the 1000 Guineas Stakes. This could be whether trainers choose to bring another horse to the race, if a former winning jockey has a highly favoured mount or if a horse has managed to pick up a win over a mile already their career.

1000 Guineas Recent Winners

  • 2023 - Mawj
  • 2022 - Cachet
  • 2021 - Mother Earth
  • 2020 - Love
  • 2019 - Hermosa
  • 2018 - Billesdon Brook

Although these represent the most recent winners of the race, historically, other fillies, such as Winter, Sky Lantern, Blue Bunting, Virginia Waters and Cape Verdi, have also picked up victories in this race.

1000 Guineas Winning Trainers

  • 2023 - Saeed bin Suroor
  • 2022 - George Boughey
  • 2021 - Aidan O'Brien
  • 2020 - Aidan O'Brien
  • 2019 - Aidan O'Brien
  • 2018 - Richard Hannon

The leading trainer in this race is Robert Robson in the early renewals of the race, with eight victories in the first runnings between 1818 and 1827.

1000 Guineas Winning Jockeys

  • 2023 - Olsin Murphy
  • 2022 - James Doyle
  • 2021 - Frankie Detorri
  • 2020 - Ryan Moore
  • 2019 - Wayne Lordan
  • 2018 - Sean Levey

As with many of these races in the modern era, no jockey has managed to land multiple consecutive successes. However, those who have won the race often tend to have a strong season.

Bet on 1000 Guineas Trial Races

As well as horse racing betting for the scheduled race in May, we also have all of the betting odds and markets for the trial races for the 1000 Guineas, including the Nell Gwyn Stakes, which is contested in late April. This race will also feed into the Pretty Polly Stakes in Ireland, another race exclusively for fillies, where you can place a bet at Bet UK.

1,000 Guineas FAQs

What was the result of the 2023 1000 Guineas?

At odds of 9/1 Mawj won the 2023 1,000 Guineas. Tahiyra, who was the odds on favourite before the race narrowly missed out in second but the Irish horse Matilda Picotte picked up 3rd place at odds of 33/1. If bettors managed to get the each way market extended to five places, they also would have potentially won with the 200/1 Dance in the Grass who rallied and put in an impressive performance finishing 5th out of 20 fillies.

What is the Fillies Triple Crown?

The 1000 Guineas is the opening leg of the fillies triple crown. Parnered with The Oaks, which is an equivalent race in qualifying criteria, and the St Leger, it can be a rare achievement for a horse to win all three races.

What is the qualifying criteria for the 1000 Guineas?

The race is open to three-year-old fillies only, meaning no older horses or mares can compete in the race.

What day does the 1000 Guineas take place on?

The race is always run on a Sunday, and it is part of the same racing festival as the 2000 Guineas.

Which course hosts the 1000 Guineas?

The race takes place at Newmarket on the Rowley Mile course.

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